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Candyman (1992)

2017 #152
Bernard Rose | 95 mins | TV (HD) | 1.85:1 | USA & UK / English | 18 / R

Written and directed by a Brit and based on a Clive Barker short story set in Liverpool, horror movie Candyman relocates its story to Chicago, where its race-related themes are arguably more pertinent. 519 more words

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Three Reasons Why Physical Media Is Awesome

Although there are certainly a lot of things to be said for digital media (for starters, I wouldn’t be writing this blog if I actually had to publish it as a physical magazine… 1,334 more words

Horror Debate: Which One's Better - Hellraiser or Hellbound: Hellraiser II?

When Hellraiser came out in 1987, it drove a white hot nail through the head of the horror genre, pushing against the prevailing winds of the slashers and producing something far classier, imaginative, and mortifying. 2,432 more words

Film Reviews

REVIEW: Hellraiser (1987)

Decadent thrill-seeker Frank Cotton (Sean Chapman) acquires a strange puzzle box, and upon opening it is swept away to another dimension. Months later Frank’s estranged brother Larry (Andrew Robinson) moves into the family home. 543 more words

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Retro Review: Hellraiser (1987)

I had never read the book ‘Hellbound Heart’ by Clive Barker, but caught the buzz around this British horror film that he wrote and directed, based on his story. 333 more words

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Fright-Rags launch new Dawn of the Dead, Pinhead, and Necronomicon gear

Fright-Rags has released new merchandise featuring Dawn of the Dead, Hellraiser’s Pinhead, and the Evil Dead franchise’s Necronomicon.

When there’s no more room in Hell, the dead will walk the earth in Fright-Rags’ Dawn of the Dead gear! 161 more words

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My Judgement of "Hellraiser: Judgement"

I am not going to keep the spoilers out, because it is most likely that those who wanted to watch the film, already have had the pleasure and the pain… Those who intend to have the experience in the future – abstain from solving the puzzle that is my opinion of the film. 1,625 more words

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